3D Bioplotter Research Papers

Displaying all papers by S. Sánchez-Salcedo (3 results)

Osteostatin potentiates the bioactivity of mesoporous glass scaffolds containing Zn2+ ions in human mesenchymal stem cells

Acta Biomaterialia 2019

There is an urgent need of biosynthetic bone grafts with enhanced osteogenic capacity. In this study, we describe the design of hierarchical meso-macroporous 3D-scaffolds based on mesoporous bioactive glasses (MBGs), enriched with the peptide osteostatin and Zn2+ ions, and their osteogenic effect on human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs) as a preclinical strategy in bone regeneration. The MBG compositions investigated were 80%SiO2–15%CaO–5%P2O5 (in mol-%) Blank (BL), and two analogous glasses containing 4% ZnO (4ZN) and 5% ZnO (5ZN). By using additive fabrication techniques, scaffolds exhibiting hierarchical porosity: mesopores (around 4 nm), macropores (1–600 μm) and big channels (∼1000 μm), were prepared. These MBG scaffolds…

In vitro colonization of stratified bioactive scaffolds by pre-osteoblast cells

Acta Biomaterialia 2016 Volume 44, Issue 15, Pages 73–84

Mesoporous bioactive glass-polycaprolactone (MBG-PCL) scaffolds have been prepared by robocasting, a layer by layer rapid prototyping method, by stacking of individual strati. Each stratus was independently analyzed during the cell culture tests with MC3T3-E1 preosteblast-like cells. The presence of MBG stimulates the colonization of the scaffolds by increasing the cell proliferation and differentiation. MBG-PCL composites not only enhanced pre-osteoblast functions but also allowed cell movement along its surface, reaching the upper stratus faster than in pure PCL scaffolds. The cells behavior on each individual stratus revealed that the scaffolds colonization depends on the chemical stimuli supplied by the MBG dissolution…

Design and preparation of biocompatible zwitterionic hydroxyapatite

Journal of Materials Chemistry B 2013 Volume 11, Issue 1, Pages 1595-1606

This study reports the design and preparation of zwitterionic nanocrystalline hydroxyapatite (HA) capable of inhibiting bacterial adhesion while allowing osteoblast cell colonization. The surface functionalization of HA powders was carried out by post-synthesis grafting of 3-aminopropyltriethoxysilane (APTES) and carboxyethylsilanetriol sodium salt (CES) as amine and carboxylate precursors, respectively. The successful functionalization of HA surfaces was assessed by elemental chemical analysis, FTIR, 29Si, 31P and 13C solid state CP/MAS NMR and ζ-potential measurements, and the zwitterionic nature of the synthesized HA was proved through the presence of –NH3+/–COO− pairs on the material surfaces. With the aim of evaluating the feasibility of…